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Thread: There's an Endler in Here... If Ya find it, Lemme Know...

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    There's an Endler in Here... If Ya find it, Lemme Know...



    I'll try again another time!

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    w hats an endler?

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    They're a kind of fish. I see four fishes in there.
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    I know what I'm looking for, but I don't see one? What I see look like feeder guppies?

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    i c 3-4, theres a light patch on something that looks like one, thanks cap (:

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    LOL! Endlers do look like feeder guppies! Yeah, a co-worker was looking to unload a bunch and I was a likely victim. I got them, along with fishfood, a net, and a fluorescent light, for some CP's. Supposedly these are Endlers, but they might have been the result of some crossing with real guppies. But from what I've read by googling, Endlers and Guppies can mate but don't produce viable offspring. So for all I know and can see from above, these may or may not be what they are purported to be. They sure do propogate like guppies!

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    >Endlers do look like feeder guppies!>

    Nah, feeder guppies are junkier. Pure endlers are more colorful. At least here?

    >Endlers and Guppies can mate but don't produce viable offspring.>

    My friend in GA did that cross. Yes they are 100% fertile. Check http://www.endlersr.us/

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    IDK. I hear conflicting evaluations about them. Truthfully, I've never seen this batch of fish in anything other than the tray or the plastic bag they came in. I've really only seen them from above and it's a dark tray. Maybe they're a cross. They sure don't compare to the Moscows, do they!

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